|Best known as a Supporting Actor based on credits in that role in 9 films, with $1,197,552,937 worldwide aggregate box office (rank #1,337)|
|Best-Known Acting Roles: Wally (The Lego Movie), Pete (Neighbors), Eric Molson (21 Jump Street), Jack Wilder (Now You See Me), Perry (Warm Bodies)|
|Most productive collaborators: Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, Phil Lord, Channing Tatum, Jesse Eisenberg|
March 1st, 2015
February was strong thanks to The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water and Fifty Shades of Grey, both of which beat expectations. This March could actually be even better, as there are three or four films that have a decent shot at earning $100 million or more. The top film will likely be Cinderella, which has a real shot at $200 million. Insurgent will almost assuredly get beyond the $100 million mark, while Get Hard, Home, and perhaps Chappie will also get to the century mark. Last March, there were four $100 million hits, led by Divergent, which pulled in $150 million. While this March should be better than February, I'm not sure it will be better than last March. I don't think March 2015 will be much worse than last year, but I think its percentage lead will be chipped away at by the end of the month.
September 22nd, 2014
This summer was terrible at the box office with no $250 million hits throughout the summer until Guardians of the Galaxy opened in August. That said, there were a number of smaller movies that did quite well at the box office. Neighbors, for instance, cost less than $20 million to make, but pulled in $150 million at the box office. Was it a hit because of its quality? Or did it benefit from the weakness in the tentpole releases?
June 3rd, 2013
Warm Bodies was released in theaters in early February, which is a bad time of the year to release a film. Additionally, the early buzz was bad. A lot of people saw the basic premise (romance between a zombie boy and a living girl) and thought it was just another Twilight rip-off. The first trailer showed it was something different, but sometimes first impressions are lasting impressions. Fortunately it was able to top expectations and became a surprise midlevel hit. Will it continue to perform well on the home market? And did the studio thank those who made it a hit in theaters by releasing a fully loaded DVD / Blu-ray?
May 1st, 2013
As April ends and summer begins, we see the 2013 box office on a losing streak. There is some good news, as May should be much, much, much better than April was. Much better. During the five weekends in May, there are nine films opening wide. Of those film, there are seven that at least have a shot at $100 million. And of those seven films, four at least have a shot at $200 million, two have a shot at $300 million, and we might even have a $400 million hit this month. Iron Man 3 should turn out to be the biggest hit of the month, while there are some who think Star Trek: Into Darkness could be a close competitor for that honor. There's also some bad news. The Avengers opened last May and earned more than $600 million. No film opening this month will come close to that figure. There's a chance the top two films opening this month won't match that combined. On the other hand, last year there was a huge drop-off from the biggest hit of the month to the second biggest hit of the month. There were so many high-profile failures last year, that 2013 might actually start winning some weekends in the year-over-year comparison.
|12/31/2017||The Disaster Artist||$0||$0||$0|
|6/10/2016||Now You See Me 2||$0||$0||$0|
|3/6/2015||Unfinished Business||Mike Pancake||$10,219,501||$2,600,000||$12,819,501|
|2/7/2014||The Lego Movie||Wally||$257,784,718||$199,944,670||$457,729,388|
|5/31/2013||Now You See Me||Jack Wilder||$117,723,989||$234,000,000||$351,723,989|
|3/16/2012||21 Jump Street||Eric Molson||$138,447,667||$64,364,762||$202,812,429|
|9/17/2010||El Súperstar: The Unlikely Rise of Ju…||Narcisso||$2,330||$0||$2,330|
|7/30/2010||Charlie St. Cloud||Sully||$31,162,545||$17,271,821||$48,434,366|
|12/31/2017||The Disaster Artist||Producer||$0||$0||$0|